Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Bunodophoron melanocarpum (Sphaerophorus melanocarpus, Sphaerophorus compressus, Sphaerophorus melanocarpus f. angustior, Sphaerophorus melanocarpus f. delicatus, Sphaerophorus melanocarpus f. macrophyllus, Sphaerophorus melanocarpus f. melanocarpus, Sphaerophorus melanocarpus f. palmatus, Sphaerophorus melanocarpus f. prolifer, Sphaerophorus melanocarpus f. ramosissimus, Sphaerophorus melanocarpus f. subteres, Sphaerophorus melanocarpus f. vividulus, Sphaerophorus melanocarpus subsp. formosanus, Sphaerophorus melanocarpus subsp. hawaiiensis, Sphaerophorus melanocarpus subsp. melanocarpus, Sphaerophorus melanocarpus var. candidus, Sphaerophorus melanocarpus var. melanocarpus, Sphaerophorus melanocarpus var. scrobiculatus, Stereocaulon melanocarpum, Lichen melanocarpus, Sphaerophorus compressus var. candidum, Sphaerophorus compressus var. compressus, Sphaerophorus coralloides var. compressus)
Search Criteria: Alaska; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Bell Museum of Natural History, lichen section, Univ. of Minnesota


MIN
662004Thomson, J.; Ahti   178111967-08-01
United States, Alaska, Mt. Aleyska Road

MIN
664482   s.n.
United States, Alaska, Kodiak

Brigham Young University


BRY
BRY-L-0001332John W. Thomson   17811m1967-08-01
United States, Alaska, Mount Aleyska road: 1 mile form Sterling Highway, 60.983333 -149.1, 30m

Farlow Herbarium of Cryptogamic Botany


Harvard University
barcode-00794926A. Kellogg   s.n.0000-00-00
United States of America, Alaska, [no additional data]

Natural History Museum, University of Oslo


O
169683Krog, Hildur   1957-09-05
U.S.A., Alaska, Eastern Pacific Coast District: Ketchikan: Ward Lake, 55.3666 -131.7333

Oregon State University Herbarium


OSC
2011-002825Root, Heather   1838, HRAK182009-07-02
United States, Alaska, Ketchikan Gateway Borough, Ketchikan, Lurch Creek trail, 55.4987 -131.7068

OSC
2012-000094Root, Heather   Root 18372009-07-01
United States, Alaska, Ketchikan Gateway Borough, Ketchikan, near base of Deer Mtn., 55.34135 -131.62045

OSC
OSC-M-211073Mikhail Yatskov   2007-08-10
United States, Alaska, Kodiak Island Borough, Land ownership: State Land, including State public universities., 58.560329 -152.536821, 30m

OSC
OSC-M-211074Mikhail Yatskov   2007-08-10
United States, Alaska, Kodiak Island Borough, Land ownership: State Land, including State public universities., 58.560329 -152.536821, 30m

OSC
OSC-M-219620Jon Williams   2007-06-23
United States, Alaska, Ketchikan Gateway Borough, Tongass National Forest., 55.163633 -131.750531, 91m

OSC
OSC-M-231947aSarah Jovan   2006-06-20
United States, Alaska, Prince of Wales-Outer Ketchikan Census Area, Tongass National Forest., 55.488072 -133.410769, 91m

OSC
OSC-M-231973Jon Williams   2006-06-19
United States, Alaska, Prince of Wales-Outer Ketchikan Census Area, Tongass National Forest., 55.488072 -133.410769, 91m

University of Alaska Museum of the North Herbarium


ALA
52560Brad Krieckhaus   57331997-06-30
United States, Alaska, Dall Island, 0.75 mile up ridge from Solyenka Point., 55.04046 -133.17859

ALA
52564Karen Dillman   2002-10332002-06-17
United States, Alaska, Revillagigedo Island, Behm Canal, Settlers cove, 55.5172 -131.7155, - 10m

ALA
52563Karen Dillman   2002-10312002-06-17
United States, Alaska, Revillagigedo Island, Behm Canal, Settlers cove, 55.5172 -131.7155, - 10m

ALA
52562Karen Dillman   661999-06-09
United States, Alaska, Prince of Wales Wilderness, near Hessa Island, on beach., 3 - 3m

ALA
52566Karen Dillman   2006-1262006-06-20
United States, Alaska, Etolin Island., 56.07619 -132.58158, 22 - 22m

ALA
52559Duane Atwood   187431993-08-11
United States, Alaska, Prince of Wales Island, muskegs near Anderson Point.

ALA
52698Chiska Derr   32551990-07-13
United States, Alaska, Dog Island, Dog Cove, beach edge E side., 54.9853 -131.33, 3 - 3m

ALA
52565Karen Dillman   2002-10952002-06-19
United States, Alaska, Revillagigedo Island, Neets Bay, south side, between Rockfish and Fire Cove., 55.7718 -131.5987, - 10m

ALA
52912Linda Geiser   54801992-10-05
United States, Alaska, Mainland, N. Arm of Stikine River at Mallard Slough., 56.71015 -132.5421, 2 - 2m

ALA
52581Karen Dillman   791999-08-09
United States, Alaska, Gravina Island, east side of Bostwick Inlet, beach fringe forest., 55.2608 -131.766, 3 - 3m

ALA
52561Karen Dillman   101999-06-06
United States, Alaska, Duke Island, Judd Harbor, 54.8863 -131.2666, 3 - 3m

ALA
52582Karen Dillman   2003-3562003-07-30
United States, Alaska, Misty Fjords Wilderness, Kanagunut Island, SW side of island at narrow isthmus., 54.73638 -130.71217, 3 - 3m

University of British Columbia Herbarium


UBC
L29588I.A. Worley; G. Hamilton   66911968-05-18
United States of America, Alaska, small raised sphagnum bog just E of town of craig, 55.475 -133.15

UBC
L29609I.A. Worley; G. Hamilton   65571968-05-15
United States of America, Alaska, trail to perseverance lake from ward lake road. ketchikan, 55.416667 -131.666667

UBC
L29625I.A. Worley; G. Hamilton   70721968-05-23
United States of America, Alaska, sandspit cabin, threemile creek, n shore of klawak lake, prince of wales island

University of Michigan Herbarium


MICH
127637E. Lehnert   s. n.
United States, Alaska, [no data]

University of Washington Herbarium


WTU
WTU-L-007298G. Y. McHenry   82989.121989-08-29
United States, Alaska, Ketchikan, Revillagigedo Island, Trail to Perserverance Lake.

University of Wisconsin - Madison


WIS
WIS-L-0015861C.C. Derr   L-17091990-07-13
United States, Alaska, Tongass National Forest/Ketchikan Area, Dog island, beach midway along Dog Cove.. Prince Rupert (D4),, 54.984444 -131.321667, 0 - 2m

WIS
WIS-L-0105182John W. Thomson   178111967-08-01
United States, Alaska, In Picea sitchensis, Tsuga mertensiana forest on Mt. Aleyska road, 1 mi. from Sterling Hwy., 60.983333 -149.1, 30m


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